Land Title’s monthlong food and supply drive collects donations the Family & Intercultural Resource Center and animal shelter

Starting Monday, Nov. 14, Land Title’s Annual Food and Supply Drive begins. 

Lasting until Friday, Dec. 16, locations that accept donations will be open from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Donations will go to the Family & Intercultural Resource Center’s Food Bank as well as the Summit County Animal Shelter. 

The food bank is in need of various canned fruits and veggies, canned protein, baking products as well as beans, pasta, coffee and more. 

The animal shelter is in need of donations including medium-sized KONG dog toys, small dog treats, Temptation treats for cats and also rechargeable plug-in laser lights for cats. 

Offices are located at 200 N. Ridge St., Breckenridge; 60 Main St., Frisco; and 256 Dillon Ridge Road, Suite B14, Dillon. 

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